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IN Lifestyle ON 07 Jul, 2016
Like any other viral challenges on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and all other social media sites, this one hell of a challenge stressed the shit out of the people for its 'very absurd' and irrelevant nature. If your one of the thousands of people who have witnessed how this viral content went into the limelight, you'll surely react to it as if you're very much disturbed or something. Come to think of it, after the #CondomChallenge, #IceBucketChallenge, #iPhoneChallenge and some other stupid initiatives of bored hipsters and life newbies, there's another one named as #PantyChallenge 'making a noise, unfortunately.
If you're clueless about this craze, have some important bits of information to feed your mind.
Hopefully, you'd be one of the very concerned people who will look at it objectively.
Honestly, the idea's very offensive to all the women out there if you'll come to think of it. It's a very private matter, and panty's physical is never a social status symbol in the course of history. Who would initiate that craziness?
She launched a truly weird campaign called #PantyChallenge that essentially encourage women to post a photo of their almost one day used panties in social media.
Yes, that's clean and perfectly looking. But, the post made lots of people disturbed.
Women started to embrace the thinking that having a 'clean' used panty is a "real deal", and a "plus point" for her own personal hygiene and her whole.
Brittany is boasting that her 'cleanliness' would make girls jealous and shameful about their imperfect and dirty panties, and vaginal care in general.
Some applauded or accounted the merits of this online program, while some have made an extreme expression of disgust and condemnation since it publicly promotes shaming women, especially those who are not fit for the situation.
What's wrong with women who cannot keep up a clean underwear after a whole day? Does that make her a less of a person? Come to think of it.
You decide where to stand. But look at it objectively. This kind of controversy must be stopped. There's nothing wrong with women with vaginal discharge or something because it's a normal feminine occurrence. Like Twitter users, you must keep your mind open to this kind of situation and intolerable stupidity.